More than 120 animals were taken by the Cherokee County Marshal's Office from a home on Sugar Mill Lane in Hickory Flat earlier this month.
Sharian Cahill has been charged with 81 counts of misdemeanor animal cruelty, and the county Board of Commissioners has started condemnation proceedings on the house.
The seized animals were turned over to the animal shelter to treat for illnesses and rehabilitated for possible adoption.
Sue Garcia, director of the shelter, said the first kitten from the house was put up for adoption Tuesday. Four or five more are expected to be available today.
More kittens will be available after they have been evaluated. Cats and dogs are also awaiting evaluation to be put up for adoption.
The cats and kittens are domestic long-hair and short-hair breeds. The dogs include chow mixes, shepherd mixes and pointer mixes.
The adoption fee for the rescued kittens has been lowered to $50 each. The shelter also will be adopting out adult cats for $50 until the overload of cats has subsided. The usual fee is $75 per animal.
The shelter at 1015 Univeter Road in Canton is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays through Saturdays.
For information, call (770) 345-7270.